This aformentioned statement that I came up with is the root of my "philosophy" for the Pokémon games, as well as any RPG that I've played. What I'm stating with this is that, even if you've got some of the most powerful moves/weaponry that you can muster, none of that power is going to matter a single bit if you can't even hit your opponent. Thus, I always look at the accuracy stat for each move before its power, as more often than not, I end up having some of the worst luck that this world can send against me, & if I can't hit the enemy, I might as well throw in the towel.
This is why I disdain the use of those moves with ~120 BP & has an accuracy stat that's less than 100, especially if my opponent spams DT/Minimize. I also despise the Pokémon that have the Hustle ability, as I find the accuracy cut to be sickening, & combine it with those aformentioned moves, the hit rate becomes downright unacceptable in my book.
So, what do you people think of my "Accuracy > Power" philosophy?